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Use these Jandy pool plumbing layouts to visualize how the water is pumped from the pool under vacuum and then pumped through the filter and heater, and back to the pool, under pressure. These pool piping plans are also useful for pool plumbing renovations, where you might replace all of the aboveground plumbing, along with new pool equipment.
Jandy valves revolutionized pool plumbing, making it easy to control two pipes with one valve. Use these sample Jandy valve configurations to plan your own pool plumbing design using 3-way valves to replace ball valves or gate valves.
Equally revolutionary in design are Jandy Check Valves, introduced in 1998. The new style of plumbing check valve has a see-thru lid, gasket sealed diverter, and the ability to open it up to replace parts or clear clogs. Like the diverter valves, the ports on Jandy check valves are also 1.5”/2” or 2”/2.5”, accepting both pipe sizes, with a spigot or socket connection.
Jandy valves can be automatically turned with the use of the Jandy Valve Actuator, which connects to a Jandy pool controller system, for remote or scheduled operation of the spa, heater or water features, cleaners or pool lighting.
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Common pool plumbing layout for the pool/ spa combo design with shared pool & spa heater and controller.
Common pool plumbing layout for the pool / spa combo design with booster pump cleaner line, drawing off pool return line.
Common pool plumbing layout for the pool / spa combo design with water fall or water feature. With shared pool & spa heater and controllers.
Common pool plumbing layout for two separate systems (pool and spa) sharing the same heater.
Common pool plumbing layout for in-line Feeder with bypass Venturi, and bypass Feeder with in-line Venturi.
Common pool plumbing layout for the pool / spa combo design with separate jet pump . for spa jets or for water features.